BAGHDAD / obelisk: called the Iraqi delegation in the works of the 67th session of the Juma General of the United Nations, Wednesday, the United States to support Iraq’s efforts to emerge from Chapter VII of the UN Charter, and to address the remaining issues with Kuwait within the framework of the resolutions of international legitimacy.
The Foreign Ministry said in a statement obtained by “obelisk” a copy of which, “The Iraqi delegation headed by Vice President Khudair Khuzaie met, at the UN headquarters in New York, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the parties discussed how to support the United States to support Iraq’s efforts to emerge from Chapter VII of the UN Charter, and to address the remaining issues with Kuwait within the framework of the resolutions of international legitimacy. “
The statement added that “During the meeting the parties discussed relations, Iraq – U.S. and work of the Joint Coordinating Committees emanating from the strategic framework agreement.”
The statement pointed out that “the meeting also touched on the Iraqi stance of the Syrian crisis and to emphasize the importance of the political transition process and stop the bloodshed and support the mission of UN envoy and joint Arab and non-militarization of the conflict.”
It is noteworthy that Iraq is taking part in the session of the 67-Fri-General of the United Nations, in New York City, U.S., with a delegation headed by Vice President Khudair Khuzaie and includes parliamentary figures and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.
Iraq has been under since 1990 Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which provides for the imposition of sanctions by the following occupation of Kuwait in August of the same year, and under Chapter mentioned right for the international community to use force against Iraq as a threat to international security, as well as freezing of large amounts of its assets financial in international banks to compensate those affected by the invasion of Kuwait.